Impress your loved ones with perfect baptism invite wording. Your wording should describe the ceremony and celebration details, time, and location. Baptism invite wording should also be meaningful and expressive. Check out this list of baptism invite wording for ideas and inspiration and for more ideas check out PurpleTrail’s Baptism Invitation Wording article.
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Sentimental Baptism Invite Wording
Express you love and care via sentimental baptism invite wording. Sentimental wording will set the mood for the important, religious ceremony. Check out the sentimental baptism invite wording below for ideas and inspiration.
“May the Lord give his angel charge over you, to guide you in all your ways.” Psalm 91:11
You’re invited to join us for our son
Peter Smith’s Baptism
The ceremony will be held
11/12/2019 at 3:00 PM
St. Peter’s Church
On this day we place our little one’s life in the hands of God.
May he provide our son guidance and care.
A celebration will be held after the ceremony at our home
222 West Lake Ave, Seattle, WA at 4:00 PM
Our little angel
will be baptized
Sunday, 13, 2019
St. Mary Community Church
Please bring your love and support
Mr. and Mrs. Cornell
“Let the children come to me. For to such belongs the Kingdom of Heaven.” Matthew 19:14
Join us for
William John Black’s
The ceremony will be held
11/12/19 at 2:00 PM
St. Martin’s Cathedral
222 2nd Ave
You’re invited to
Please send Riley your love, regards, and prayers
February 22nd, 2019
we will be holding our bundle of joy’s baptism celebration
Please join us for this very special occasion
222 Saint John’s Church
Mr. and Mrs. White
Poetic Baptism Invite Wording
Try inscribing your invite with a favorite poem, or come up with one of your own. Use poetry to incorporate symbolism, emotion, or humor into your invitation. Check out some of the poetic baptism invite wording listed below for ideas.
Since, Lord, to thee
A narrow way and little gate
Is all the passage, on my infancy
Thou didst lay hold, and antedate
My faith in me. – An exerpt from George Herbert’s H. Baptism II
Through baptism we are graced with god’s counsel and love
he cleanses our sins
we emerge as his children
A calm spirit descends on a refreshing spring
gods grace and guidance
rebirth takes place
I held you so tightly in my arms
Traced your fingers that were gently curled
Through tears of joy, I whispered quietly
My beautiful grandchild, welcome to the world.
– Andra McCoy
To see a world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour. – An excerpt from William Blake’s Auguries of Innocence
Look deeply: every second I am arriving
to be a bud on a Spring branch,
to be a tiny bird, with still-fragile wings,
learning to sing in my new nest,
to be a caterpillar in the heart of a flower,
to be a jewel hiding itself in a stone.
-An excerpt from Thich Nhat Hanh’s Please Call Me by My True Names
Baptism Invite Wording Quotes
Including powerful quotes in your invitation is a great idea. It will make your invite more interesting and moving. Pick out a favorite quote of your own or try using one listed below. For more quote ideas, check out our Baptism Verses article.
“In baptism one returns to the state of creation… when all humanity was unified.” – L. Michael White, Jesus to Christianity
“Baptism is faith in action.” – Watchman Nee
“I entered the water as naked as when my mother bore me. When I first touched the cold water I felt a shudder go through me, then the shudder was transformed into a sensation of wakefulness.” – Tayeb Salih, Season of Migration to the North
“Baptism with water is the sign and seal of baptism with the Spirit, as much as it is of the forgiveness of sins. Water-baptism is the initiatory Christian rite, because Spirit-baptism is the initiatory Christian experience.” – John Stott
“Every good and perfect gift comes from above.” James 1:17
“Surely your goodness and love will be with me all my life, and I will live in the house of the Lord forever.” Psalm 23:6
“I give you this to take with you:
Nothing remains as it was. If you know this, you can
begin again, with pure joy in the uprooting.”
– Judith Minty, Letters to My Daughters
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